For those who got their start in the '50s and '60s and continue to embrace folk music today.
Latest Activity: Nov 4
It took a long time and many hoops to jump through but I finally have the songs of my first album on Pandora. I would really appreciate it if my old folky pals went to Pandora and created a "Lon Milo DuQuette" radio station and when my tunes turn up…Continue
Started by Lon Milo DuQuette Sep 14.
I know there's a group for real harp players, but I'm not in that class. However, since finding my old harp rack, and one of my harmonicas, I decided I'd start using them again when playing some of my favorite folk tunes.Any other of you folks using…Continue
Started by Phil Manuel. Last reply by Phil Manuel Aug 28, 2012.
I live in Punta Gorda, Florida (between Sarasota and Fort Myers). Every Thursday evening for years, and ever-growing bunch of musicians gather in Gilchrist Park (on Charlotte Harbor), naturally congregate into groups, and play/sing all sorts of…Continue
Started by Steve Widmeyer. Last reply by Jud Hair May 17, 2012.
I started playing back in the 60's and it has always been mostly PP&M, John Denver, Kingston Trio, Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, Everley Bros., I could go on. Now days it is mostly John and PPM with a lot of Suzie Bogguss thrown in. If you're not…Continue
Started by Mike Bishop. Last reply by Blues Agent Apr 21, 2012.
O my gosh!! Even though I'd grown up on traditional folk tunes, my acute awareness of music didn't come of age until 1962. I was eleven years old by then, but could absolutely NOT get enough of P,P&M, Kingston Trio, Weavers, Highwaymen, Terry…Continue
Started by J. D. Woods. Last reply by Blues Agent Apr 19, 2012.
Old folky refusing to lay down n die.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlqzF2vK-GU&feature=shareContinue
Started by Lon Milo DuQuette. Last reply by Lon Milo DuQuette Jan 10, 2012.